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Here are five reasons you should watch ‘Hospital Playlist 2’

Netflix is set to premiere the second season of ‘Hospital Playlist’ in June.

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05/02/2021 07:33 PM
Here are five reasons you should watch ‘Hospital Playlist 2’
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At its core, Hospital Playlist is a slice-of-life series about a group of friends. Whether you find yourself tearing up or laughing out loud, here are five reasons why you should catch the second season of this K-drama. 

 

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1. The Friendships 

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These doctors has been friends for 20 years and they are friendship goals whether they’re fighting over food or when they’ve got each other’s backs. We love it when they get on each other’s nerves and we love it when they support each other. There’s also plenty of friendships to enjoy beyond the main group of five friends. 

 

2. The Romances 

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Romance is possibly in the forecast for the entire squad. We can’t wait to see how everyone’s relationships might have progressed. Jeong-won (Yoo Yeon-seok) and Gyeo-ul (Shin Hyun-been) shared a romantic kiss at the end of the first season, so will they be going steady in season 2? How will Song-hwa (Jeon Mi-do) respond to Ik-jun (Cho Jung-seok)’s confession? Will Seok-hyeong (Kim Dae-myeung) and Min-ha (Ahn Eun-jin) be lucky in love? What will happen with Jun-wan (Jung Kyung-ho) and Ik-sun (Gwak Sun-young)’s long-distance relationship? So many questions, but we are definitely ready for the romance! 

 

3. The Laughs 

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The characters have their own quirks and there are so many funny scenes. From moments like getting their head glued to a Darth Vader helmet to trying their hardest not to get caught dating their friend’s sister, you’ll be smiling and laughing every episode. There are also a ton of relatable funny moments when the friends are eating and teasing each other. Ik-jun is definitely one of the funniest though, transforming into a frog with his bandaged fingers and singing and dancing to “Pick Me.” 

 

4. The Music 

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With the friends gathering weekly to practice as a band, there is a lot of good music to enjoy. Three of the actors are also musical actors, and each of them plays their instruments for real. Although Song-hwa is tone deaf, actress Jeon Mi-do isn’t. The OST also brings back nostalgia since the band covers older hits like “Lonely Night” and classical music like Pachelbel’s Canon. Cho Jung-seok even won the Golden Disc Award Best OST and Seoul Music Awards OST Award in 2020 for his cover of “Aloha.” 

 

5. The Heartwarming Moments 

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Hospital Playlist isn’t too heavy on drama like typical medical dramas. There are heartwarming moments that balance out the light-hearted fun. You’ll be able to relate as characters experience life, death, and everything in between.  

Hospital Playlist premieres on June 17 at 10 p.m. on Netflix.